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3 bedroom house to rent

Holbeck Row, Peckham Village, SE15

Let Agreed £1,400 pcm| £323 pw fees apply

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Furnishing: Unfurnished
Added on Rightmove: 21 November 2016 (126 days ago)

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SUPERB THREE BEDROOM HOUSE ON A FABULOUS RESIDENTIAL CUL-DE-SAC OF PECKHAM SE15 AVAILABLE NOW

**THIS LANDLORD HAS SPECIFIC CRITERIA,PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION BEFORE APPLYING**

** Please be aware there can be NO exceptions to the below criteria**

- THIS LANDLORD WILL ONLY ACCEPT FAMILIES
- ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE WORKING FULL-TIME FOR AT LEAST 1 YEAR WITH THE SAME EMPLOYER
EACH APPLICANT MUST HAVE BEFORE VIEWINGS THIS PROPERTY:
- 3 MONTHS PAYSLIPS
- 3 MONTHS BANK STATEMENTS
- P60
- ID / RIGHT TO REMAIN IN THE UK


MANN Lettings offer this fabulous newly refurbished three bedroom house in a quiet residential cul-de-sac of Peckham SE15, available immediately this property has just been newly refurbished throughout with new carpets, new decor and new fixtures and fittings. The property offers three bedrooms which are all doubles sized, a large and modern fully fitted kitchen with quality white goods, two ample sized reception rooms, a fully fitted bathroom suite and seperate downstairs WC. The property itself is located on a quiet residential street and gives the use of a rear paved and gravel garden. The property has double glazing, central heating and is available immediately.


What’s it all about?

Once best known as the down at heel home of sitcom legends Del Boy and Rodney Trotter, Peckham has undergone significant gentrification in the past 20 years. Galleries, restaurants and trendy bars have popped up alongside multicultural grocery stores, market traders and high street offerings. A £290 million regeneration plan during the late 1990s, coupled with an influx of artists and improvements to transport links have had a profoundly positive impact in the area. Only a few steps away from the bustle of Peckham’s main shopping street, Rye Lane, there are quiet streets of charming Victorian houses offering easy access to local trains and buses, and there is plenty of green space, too, with Peckham Rye and Burgess Park both close by. A mix of property types attracts a wide variety of residents, from City workers taking advantage of the reasonable journey times, to families looking to buy a larger property in an area that gives good value for money and younger couples keen to benefit from the always evolving range of eating, drinking and nightlife options.

Fact file
?During the 18th century Peckham was known as a market garden town and produced figs, melons and grapes.
?In 1851 Thomas Tilling set up an innovative omnibus service from Peckham to London. Tilling’s buses were the first to use pre-arranged bus stops, which helped them to run to a reliable timetable.
?Famous natives of Peckham include Frankenstein actor Boris Karloff and footballer Rio Ferdinand.

Architecture and property

Peckham’s development up to the 1860s took place in two areas: to the north, impressive villas and terraces in the area near the Old Kent Road, and to the south large houses built in prime locations near Peckham Rye. A new district called Peckham New Town was built on land owned by the Hill family, centred on Peckham Hill Street. The second phase was sparked by the coming of public transport - railways and, more importantly, horse trams in the 1870s. This stimulated building of a more modest scale in almost any open space.There are still Victorian and Edwardian banks, pubs and public buildings, adapted Georgian houses with substantial Victorian, Edwardian and 20th century retail development. The west side of Peckham Hill Street is an almost unspoilt late Georgian development and there is a small pocket of quaint cottages in Choumert Square, just off Rye Lane.

Peckham North, between Peckham High Street and the Old Kent Road, has benefited from regeneration and is a bustling melting pot of a neighbourhood with lots of flats, colourful shops and houses. Peckham Conservation Area, around Bellenden Road, lures house hunters with attractive Victorian architecture. Further south, Nunhead is a family orientated area with several good primary schools and good sized family houses.

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